Recent Reviews on Amazon

5.0 out of 5 stars This book will NOT disappoint!, October 19, 2009
By  MotherLodeBeth “MotherLodeBeth” (Sierras of California) –
(TOP 100 REVIEWER)      

November 1503 Molokai, Hawaiian Islands Felipe de Cordoba groaned, feeling as if someone had poured hot gravel under his eyelids. He tried to blink away the salty crust that stuck to his lashes and blurred his vision. …

And thus begins a fascinating engrossing tale of ship wrecks, gold, that cover the globe from the Hawaiian islands to the gorgeous Caribbean islands to South America. The writing is the type that creates wonderful visualizations as you read. And I always love reading about the islands of the world and their food, people and culture. This book will NOT disappoint you!

5.0 out of 5 stars Move Over Indiana Jones – Here comes Jac Kidd, October 18, 2009
By  Martha A. Cheves (Charlotte, NC) – 

Golden Conspiracy – A Jacsen Kidd Mystery – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat

‘After hearing our account of the gruesome events, the seamen aboard the Santa Ynez were convinced, along with their captain, that the devil’s minions had possessed the Solitario. Their captain decided the Solitario had to be destroyed at once, before the demons could escape to the Santa Ynez. We objected since the hold was filled with gold bound for Queen Isabella. But fear was on the face of every man – fear that this malady would transport them to hell if they dared touch the gold. They were convinced that the gold carried the evil. We could object no more, for fear of our own lives. So the captain ordered the crew to burn the Solitario. They kindled wood and pitch torches and threw them onto the Solitario, where the sails and rigging caught fire immediately. We watched as the Solitario burned quickly. We shall never forget the last screams of the damned. It was as if the demon’s own hand reached upward from the depths and grasped the flaming ship to thrust it into hell.’

The cargo of gold, mentioned above, had an estimated value of thirty million dollars in 1502 with it’s value being well over a billion today. Jac Kidd, who is a distant off-spring of the famous Captain Kidd, was determined to find the gold and learn what really happened during it fatal transport to Queen Isabella. So, when a gold cross dating back to the 1500’s is found on a beach in Hawaii, he and his best friend/partner Pericles Schmoond strike out to solve the puzzle of the missing gold.

In Golden Conspiracy, Glider takes you from Hawaii, the Caribbeans and on into South America as they follow the clues. But they aren’t alone in their quest. As they will soon find out, ex-KGB Garth Moska, who Kidd thought was killed when a ship he and Moska were on blew up off the coast of England, is right behind them.

When I first started reading Golden Conspiracy I had my doubts as to whether I would like it or not. But the more I read, the harder it was for me to put down. The turn of each page increased my desire to read the next. This was truly a very enjoyable book.

One Response to “Recent Reviews on Amazon”

  1. I am about 150 pages in so far. Good stuff. I will post my review soon!

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